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The population of Primorsky Krai continues to decline

According to Primorskstat, in the first quarter of this year, the number of inhabitants of the region decreased by 2,1 thousand people and as of April 1 amounted to 1,9364 million people. The number of the population decreases both due to death (40%) and due to those who left the region (60%).

For 3 months 2014 in the province 6059 children were born, this is 2,9% more than in the first quarter of 2013. During the same period, 6913 people died. The number of deaths from neoplasms (by 1,7%) decreased, as well as from certain external causes: accidental alcohol poisoning (by 32,6%), murders (by 10,3%).

Migration processes in the region have changed little. The number of arrivals to Primorye from other regions in the first three months of the year amounted to 3896 people, which is 3,1% less than in January-March 2013, visitors from other countries - 1978 people (2,8% less). 5185 residents of Primorye went to other regions of the country for permanent residence (7,5% less than in the same period in 2012), to other countries - 2160 people (0,9% more).

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